The Finger Lakes Region Of Central New York State Is Abundantly Blessed With Stone Sculptures In The Form Of Glens, Grottos, Cliffs And Waterfalls. These Beautiful Places Were Formed During The Ice Age And Time Has Only Enhanced Their Beauty.
These Photographs Celebrate Just A Few Of The Wonders To Be Found In This Area.
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Chequaga Falls, said to be where Chief Red Jacket of the Seneca Indian Nation developed his oratory volume by speaking above the sound of the rushing cataract. Montour Falls, NY
Hector Falls, a spectacular waterfall as seen from Seneca Lake. Burdett, NY
Ithaca Falls, a fisherman's paradise: a photographer's dream. Stands within the city limits of Ithaca, NY
A stunning set of falls with a large cave beneath them, which is obscured from view during times of high water. Ludlowville, NY
Taughannock Falls: highest straight drop east of the Rocky Mountains, Trumansburg, NY
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Taughannock Falls in her winter glory
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